Two Arrested, Two On The Run After N. OKC Shooting
OKLAHOMA CITY - Two men were recently arrested and two are on the run after a shooting on Nov. 4 in N. Oklahoma City.
Authorities said 20-year-old DeQuan Traylor and 19-year-old Jarrett Sholes were taken into custody for felony possession of a firearm, possession of drugs and stolen property.
The two were allegedly involved in a shooting on election night.
According to the arrest affidavit, Traylor was shot in the back at an apartment complex that evening. Traylor was with three others at the time of the shooting at the apartment complex to sell gold chains to a suspect, described as a black male.
After Traylor was shot, police said the group left the complex in a green Nissan Altima and ran out of gas near the Broadway Extension and Kelley Avenue. Investigators said they found a stolen shotgun in the trunk along with clothing that had been shot through. The arrest affidavit said a black jacket in the vehicle belonged to Shores and had "the wadding of the shotgun shell still attached to the jacket."
A small, plastic baggy was also found containing four broken up Xanax bars, poison control experts confirmed. The Xanax pills were consistent with what is being sold on the streets.
Traylor and Sholes were booked into the Oklahoma County Jail. The two others on the run are 20-year-old Randall Briggs of Midwest City and 19-year-old London Potts of Oklahoma City.
Call police if you have any information about the case.